Wisdom on wealth
It is traditional to study one of each of the six chapters of Pirkei Avos on the Shabbatot between Pesach and Shavuous. Here's one example of how their insight still applies. In (4.1) there are several definitions, among them, "Eizehu ashir, hasameach bechelko." [Who is weatlthy? He who is
happy with his lot.] The understanding behind that definition is echoed in aquote from a guest post by Ami Kim on http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog/2010/04/21/are-we-there-yet-how-will-you-know-when-youre-rich/"Wealth means being able to say, 'I have enough.'"
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